AirDance New Mexico

Flying low over the high desert


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Dara Minkin and Amy Bourque on our aerial cube,
from our November 2013, Whichever Way the Wind Blows

Photograph courtesy of Guadalupe Chavez

AirDance New Mexico is a company of multi-disciplinary artists who collaborate with each other to create exciting, innovative performances, featuring their critically acclaimed aerial dances and multi-media movement theater works. AirDance productions incorporate trapezes, aerial fabric, swings, hoops, aerial cube, and invented apparatus and interactive sets, created from a variety of materials. Performances feature original music by local artists and may include original scripts, projections, unusual props, and whatever else may strike our fancy. AirDance shows seek to entertain while exploring our lives and dreams, shedding light on hidden aspects of our collective being. AirDance New Mexico is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization incorporated in 2011. AirDance New Mexico also offers classes and workshops at our home, the AirDance ArtSpace, and is available for special workshops and performances for your group or organization.

Katy Andersen, Christina Cavaleri, and Joanna Furgal,
from our May 2014 show, Fight or Flight

Photograph courtesy of Jeff Hartzer


 AirDance New Mexico is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization

AirDance New Mexico classes at the AirDance ArtSpace,
3030 Isleta Blvd. SW, Albuquerque


Please visit our brand new INSTRUCTION page which lists our offerings for the Fall session. In addition to our popular Monday and Wednesday Aerial Arts classes, we will also be offering two weekly dance classes taught by the fantastic Gina Shorten! We've also added an aerial technique "cleaning" class every other Tuesday. Plus, we continue with two classes for kids, Mondays and Saturdays.

And take a gander at out SPECIAL GUEST page, where we welcome back one of our fave traveling aerialists, Caitlyn Larsson for a 2-day residency, October 28th and 29th!

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AirDance New Mexico Junior and Senior Performing Companies

HeroQuest (The Prequel, Part II)
The Flying Monkeys at the AirDance ArtSpace
October 7-9, 2016

Photography courtesy of Joanna Furgal

This October the Junior Company (aka The Flying Monkeys) presents HeroQuest (The Prequel, Part II), the previously untold tale of a group of teenage villains and their superpowered associates seeking world domination, while on the lookout for the odd superhero or two who will foil their plans! Details on our new PERFORMANCE page.

This Above All
AirDance New Mexico at the AirDance ArtSpace
November 18-20, 2016

Later this Fall, the Senior Company and a couple special guests go Elizabethan, taking all things Shakespearean to the air in This Above All. Featuring live music and choreography on the ground and in the air, including on a nice, new chandelyra!

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The Fighting and Flying Anti-Heroes of HeroQuest

Contact AirDance New Mexico:
Email: AirDance New Mexico
Phone: (505)842-9418

Visit our MERCH store...we have t-shirts, art, CDs, and more available here: AirDance Square Marketplace


AirDance New Mexico recommends Discount Dance Supply for quality dancewear, costumes, shoes, and more! Enter "Studio ID# 73394" and receive 10% of your first purchase and 5% thereafter every time you use our ID# and Discount Dance supply will reward your favorite AirDancers! (Discount applied at checkout.)

Shop at Amazon with THIS link and you will be supporting AirDance New Mexico with every purchase!

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AirDance New Mexico performance montage 2012-2014

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Josh Burgess and Morgan Harris,
from our 2012 show, Fear of Falling

Photo courtesy of Jeff Hartzer

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We're working on our website. Meanwhile, here's a little of our day-old press (with more to come) ...

A glowing review of our April 2016 show, Masque Aspect.

Thanks to AbqARTS and The Morning Brew with Larry Ahrens for this spot below from 2014!

Feature story about our February 2012 show, Fear of Falling, in the UNM Daily Lobo, "Free Form Falling"

KUNM "Performance New Mexico" interview Spencer Beckwith and Debra Landau (aired 2/9/12)

2012 Arts/Dance in Review "Audiences Heard the Dance, Saw the Music" Albuquerque Journal

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For quality dance clothing and shoes in the Albuquerque area, visit New Mexico Dancewear!

AirDance New Mexico highly recommends C and H Productions for your video production needs!

Donations to AirDance New Mexico of all shapes and sizes are gratefully accepted at any time and are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law!

For more information:

AirDance New Mexico, Inc.
P.O. Box 25892
Albuquerque, NM 87125-0892
(505) 842-9418

Click to e-mail AirDance New Mexico

 AirDance New Mexico is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization

Debra Landau

Artistic Director Debra Landau performs Spiderwoman in Albuquerque's KIMO Theater, 1998

"A circus [of] trapezes, trampolines and ropes. Monologues on everything from spitting to religion. Live rock music and videotapes. Are you thinking modern dance? Dancer/choreographer Debra Landau could change your mind about the art form."

Anthony DellaFlora, The Albuquerque Journal






AirDance New Mexico is in residence at the AirDance ArtSpace. Originally a church built in the 1930s, the ArtSpace has been renovated to include an intimate black-box-style theatrical performance space with beautiful, sprung oak floors and ceiling beams for rigging aerial apparatus, sets, etc. The building also has a foyer, a kitchen, and a green room. It is fully ADA accessible.

AirDance ArtSpace

phone: 505.842.9418


airdance artspace

AirDance ArtSpace Theater/Performance Space

photo ©2004 by Anthony Richardson



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